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Publishing on May 23, 2018

From “Jurassic Park” to “Godzilla,” from “The Land That Time Forgot” to “Journey to the Center of the Earth,” dinosaurs have a rich history of inspiring the idea of the creatures of the past, and those living in our society. The stories in A Fistful of Dinosaurs will continue that tradition. We love dinosaurs because they are big, we love them when they are terrifying, we love them because they are dangerous, because they destroy houses and towns, because of the reality that they were actually here, and we love them when they are cute. We love the T-Rex, we love the Triceratops. We just love dinosaurs.


Think Like A Dinosaur by James Patrick Kelly

Dinosaurs by Walter Jon Williams

The Measure Of All Things by Richard Chwedyk

If You Were a Dinosaur, My Love by Rachel Swirsky

Ford T-Rex vs Dodge Triceratops by Charles Eugene Anderson

The Other Side of the Portal by Jamie Ferguson

Outside the Box by Wayne Faust

The Serpent of the Loch by Lou J Berger

Out of the Ashes by Kent W Johnson

Damn Dinosaurs by Denise E. Dora

Flawless by Mario Acevedo

13 Ways of Looking at a Dinosaur by Rebecca Hodgkins

Dinosaur by Bruce Holland Rogers

The Place Where Camels Fear to Go by Lucy Taylor

Creature by Carol Emshwiller

Just Like Old Times by Robert J. Sawyer

Dinosaur by Steve Rasnic Tem

Thinking About Dinosaurs by James Patrick Kelly